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|Height: 6'3||Weight: 235 lbs.||Alumni Status: Subway, IU '95|
|Location: Verona, WI||Favorite Baseball Team: Milwaukee Brewers|
|Natural Enemies: The Men of Troy|
|Athletic Ability:||Played ball from 1991-1993, Indiana Hoosiers. Freshman on the team in 1991, who saw the carnage first hand on Sept. 7, 1991 at Notre Dame Stadium. Not good enough to be recruited by Lou, but I long snapped and played a little TE and DE at IU.|
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|Political Philosophy:||Confused. Centrist. Moderate. Grew up in one of the most conservative cities in America Fort Wayne, Indiana. I now live in the most liberal city in America Madison, Wisconsin.|
|Religious Philosophy:||Catholic. Shamed by the fact that my most prayed about subject was for Notre Dame victories. I should pray for world peace. The first time I prayed that I can remember, was for ND to beat Alabama in 1980. They won 7-0. God loves Notre Dame.|
|Favorite Quote from an ND Coach:||Rockne, quoting Gipp, "he said, 'I don't know where I'll be then Rock, but I'll know about it, and I'll be happy.'"
I put this line in my wedding program, to commemmorate my father, who passed away in 2002. The biggest ND fan ever to live, and taught me to be the same.
|Miscellaneous Data:||Coming out of an ND win in 1990 at USC as a high school senior, I bumped into the actor Richard Moll (who played "Bull" on Night Court) - he dropped his USC seat cushion and called me a "Notre Dame asshole."|